Reimagining Organizational Theory for the Critical Study of Higher Education

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Part of the Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research book series (HATR, volume 33)

Abstract

The aim of this chapter is to reimagine organizational theory so that higher education researchers and administrators can go about their work in ways that foreground justice. In Sect. 11.1, we set higher education in context and highlight ways in which justice has historically and persistently been undermined in the name of or through the administration of U.S. higher education. In Sect. 11.2, we sketch out our understanding of organizational theory and theories within the critical paradigm. In Sect. 11.3, we discuss several familiar organizational perspectives—which we present as schools of thought—only to reimagine them by infusing each with ideas, commitments, and insights drawn from the critical paradigm. To illustrate how conventional and reimagined organizational perspectives assist leaders and researchers, we apply both to issues of injustice within the field of higher education. Finally, in Sect. 11.4, we conclude with a summative discussion, note the limitations of our work, and offer various ways that leaders and scholars might use this chapter for policy, practice, and research.

Keywords

Critical organizational theory Scientific management Critical management studies Organizational behavior Applied critical leadership Environmental theory Post-colonial organizational analysis Justice Equity 

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